WAR SWITCHES ' TO SERVIA
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LET MEXICO NOW HAVE PEACE
Governor, in His Manifesto,
Blames Americans for Fail
ure to Land Food.
- CITY .IMPERATIVE
Federals Have Withdrawn
From Lower California;
Yaquis on Warpath.
OTVTBS, SIX.VLOA. MBI. Jnly
9. The raclfle mall liner
City of Sydney, bound from
Salinncrnz to San Francisco, dared
not land provisions today for the
starving people of llazatlan, as
bad been the intention, because
the eaptaln feared to endanger hi
ship and the lives t)f his pauengefs
la the eross fire of shells flying,
across MT1fSrtiKr "" -
As a result, the federal governor
of the post Issued ae manifesto en
deavoring to Incite antl American
feeling. The Americans, he said,
were responsible for not landing
the sorely needed provisions.
PREPARE TO ABANDON CITY.
Hazatlan has been half starving
for months and evaenatlon can no
longer be delayed. Preparations to
accomplish It are going forward
actively, and It Is expected that In
a few days the federal garrison
vronld be steaming sonthirard to
There are now' so federal troops
In Loirer California and reports are
that the Vaqnl Indians are causing
some trouble in the vicinity of
Guaymas. All relief trains are car
rying "ConsdtntlonnlLjf guards.
PEACE AGREED OS
B! HEXJGO CHIEFS
' ASHINGTOJ.-, D, C, July 29
Venustiano Carranza and pro
visional president, Carbajal
agreed on a basis for the ar-
cargement of peace In Mexico, accord
ing to a message deceived here today
'by Jose Castellot, personal representa
Urf of Carbajal.
Mr Castellot showed secretary Bryan
bis latest advices from Mexico City
Which stated that Gen TlUar and Jus
tice Allende, Carba;a3-s two delegates
to Carranza, have been Instructed to
caxr out in detail the general basis
of peace already agreed on."
This was interpreted by M. Castellot
to mean that, through private chsnnels
and through iteginaldo Cepeda, ad
vance delegate of the Carbajal gov
ernment now with Carranza, a definite
understanding has been reached for a
peaceful transfer of the government
at Mexico City 10 "Constitutionalists."
Carranxa Foes Have -Fled.
"With respect to amnesty and guar
antees. Carranza. it is understood, will
prorr.se immunity to all except those
directly responsible for the overthrow
of Madero Practically all those said
to be guilty have fled from Mexico.
and that exception will not be opposed
by the Carbajal government.
It is exp'cted that within a few days
the Carbajal delegation will nave
worked out the details of. an agree
ment. Diplomats here expect that one
cf the first questions will be on recog
nition of the protocols signed at Niag
ara. Falls, between the United States
and the Huerta government. Approval
of those by the "Consttntionalists"
probably would mean recognition by
the United states, Argentine. Brazil
Zapata to Cooperate.
An agreement, by whien Zapata's
forces are to cooperate with the "Con
stitutionalists" in restoring peace
throughout Mexico, has been arranged
by delegates at Veracruz and now re
quires only the signatures of Carranza
and Zapata before being made public.
A definite idea of Gen. Villa's in
tentions is expected soon
Gen. Lauro ViUar and David G. Al
lende will leave Veracruz today on
the steamer Mexico for Tampico, consul
Canada has reported to the state department.
CARRANZA GOES TO
VISIT AT MONTEREY
Venus tia no Carr-tsxa left Tampico
for Monterey- Tuesday evening, the
conul has been informed, and will
reach there some time this evening.
The peaie commissioners from Mexico
Citv are expected to confer with, him
4 In Monterey
E A. Xaarro. who has been repre
ss tn? The 'Constitutionalist' cause
la Ci case has arriTed here en route
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MERCHANTS PROTEST TO WILSON
Denver, Colo, July 2. Charles H
Moyer, president of the Western Fed
eration of Miners, made a general de
fence of his conduct in connection with
the recent Butte labor war. in an ad
dress before the federation convention
today. The delegates resumed their
discussion of a report by a special
committee which, investigated various
charges against the president. The
report was favorable to Moyer.
Chicago, HI, July IS. Mediation be
tween 38 western railroads and their
5M08 engineers and firemen over
wspji and workinc conditions has
taken a more hopeful turn, it was said
The federal board of mediation and
conciliation has obtained consent to
continue negotiations during the week
and expects to get the approval sf the
employes to arbitrate.
ts Monterey for a conference with
Carranza. He is a brother of Dr. Sam
uel Navarro, who was killed during the
revolution. It was expected that ae
would succeed Rafael E. Muzquiz as
consul here, but Carranza telegraphed
consul Mtuouiz asking him to con
tinue to serve as consul in Bl Paso.
Mnzqnnt is anxious to return to his
attle ranches in the state of Oeabolla ,
-wiU Insist-that his resignation be '
Roberto Pesqueira. confidential agent i
of Carranza. here, returned Wednesday i
afternoon, from Douglas, Ariz, - where
he has been on private business, 1
LAGTTNA COTTON IS
MOVING TO BORDER
Cotton Is coming from the Laguna
district again In trainloads. A ship
ment of 2S cars crossed the river Wed
nesday from Torreon and a number of
large shipments are expected this
week. The Juarez yards are filled with
cars loaded with cotton that is ex
pected to come over as soon as the
necessary papers can be made out. !
GUANAJUATO IS IN
HANDS OF CARRANZA
Guanajuato, capital of Guanajuato
state. In central Mexico, was occupied
yesterday by "Constitutionalist" troops
in command oi uen. jesus carranza,
according to a report received here last
night The city had been evacuated
some days ago.
U. S. WILL ISSUE
Washington, D C, July 29. As Its
contribution to the celebration this
year of the centenary of peace between
Great Britain and the. United States,
the nostoffice department Is preparing
today to issue two special stamps, the
designs of which have been approved by
postmaster general Burleson.
The stamps of two and live cent de
nominations will be ready for issue
early in the fall. The words, "Peace;
1814-1914, will be on each. The two
cent stamp will have on it a hemisphere,
with a fejnale figure on the left hold
ing an American flag and on the right
a figure bearing a British flag, the
two clasping hands across the hemi
sphere. On the five cent stamp-will be
a winged figure typifying the spirit of
peace, and with a dove of peace flying
ST. LOUIS WILL PRAT
TONIGHT FOR RAIN
St Louis. Mo, July 29. A majority
of the Protestant congregations in this
city tonight will offer special prayers
lor rain and lor relief from the in
tense heat. The movement originated
at a meeting of the St. Louis Bible
Training school, whose head. Dr. J. H.
Gauss, issued the following announce
"Not that we would appear to dic
tate to God. but we are comforted In
looking to him with, confidence In his
love and compassion, and honoring him
by thus making known our request."
FIFTY SHIPS PREPARE
FOR CANAL OPENING
New York, July 29 In anticipation
of the opening of the Panama canal 50
vessels have thus far applied to the
surveyor of the port of New York for
measurements under the canal rules.
Thirty vessels. It was announced to
day, have already been granted cer
tificates which they will produce when
ever they pass through the canaL There
Is no fee for measurement and foreign
nations also can measure for tho canal
Under the canal rules It will cost
the American steamships Kroonland
and Finland 16.72S apiece to pass
through the canal, or more than $21.
OM for the round trip from New York
to the Pacific coast ports.
HBSOLT7TIO' WOULD LIMIT
TERMS OF OFFICE
Washington, D C, July 2J. a con
stitutional amendment to make It un
lawful for any person to be appointed,
elected or chosen to public office, fed
eral, state or otherwise for a term
of more than IS years, and making all
Judicial federal offices, except in the
United States supreme court, and all
United States marshals, district attor
neys, revenue collectors and postmas
ters elective, was proposed In a Joint
resolution today by representative
Moon of Tennessee It would not af
fect those now holding office
1,000 flOO Square
Swiss Navy Bull
Is Up To Daniels
Washington, D. C, Jnly 29. The state
department his shifted the blame for
inviting the "Swiss navy" to take part
In the Panama canal opening ceremo-
nles to the shoulders of the secretary
of the navy.
It Is declared that secretary Daniels
personally supervised the sending out
of the Invitations.
SECOND ROUND OF
GOLF PLAT BEGINS
Kent Country Club, Grand Bapits.
Mich, July 29 The second round of
match play for the western amatear
golf championship began today on the
Kent Country club course. Sixteen sur
vivors of tie struggles which took
place Tuesday started away to play
the first 18 holes.
Kenneth R Edwards found it neces
sary to return home. Bis match today
with D. B. Sawyer, of Wheaton, went
to the latter by default.
The first half of the match play
round resulted as follows:
Walton led Standlsh 2 up; Stanton
led Weber 7 up. Hale led Hunter Z up:
Gardner led Faunce 2 up: .Evans led
Lee S up; Aills led Neville 5 up.
CLAIMS A VICTORT
St Louis, Mo, July 29 Representa
tives of organized baseball claimed a
big victory today when Judge J. H.
Trleber In the United States district
court here postponed until September
action on the St. Louis Federal league
team's petition to have dissolved the
injunction against Armando Marsans,
the Cuban outfielder who Jumped fiom
the Ciclnnatl Nationals.
Insofar as the federal league sched
ule closes early in October it was con
sidered doubtful if a decision would be
rendered in time to permit Marsans
to play again this season.
CLASS OF $10,000 '
RACE IS RAISED
Detroit, Mich, July 29. The rich
merchants and manufacturers stake In
which, since 1889, green trotters have
contended for the $10,000 prixe and es
tablished their mark, took Miatv as.
pect when this year's renewal was
raised from 2.24 to the 2.14 class. Ten
horses were named to start in the
stake this afternoon.
KILLING IN MINE
Boulder. Colo, July 29. A call was
Issued today for a grand Jury to In
vestigate the kUling of Champ N.
Smith, of Eldora, whose body was
found in a mine tunnel several weeks
ago. Wilsen Debbs was arrested Tues
day and held for investigation in con
nection, wjth the death.
ORDER OF DEBS ARE TO
SOOX MKE APPEARANCE
Austin, Tex, July 29 The charter
of the supreme lodge of the benevolent
order of Bees of El Paso was filed to
day in the state department The In
corporators are John A Nelson, W L.
Riggs and H E Christie. No capital
&? jk 1
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EL PASO, TEXAS, wEDHESDAY
EVENIKG, JULY 29, 1914.
5JWloudy tonight and tomorrow.
13 stocKs. lower ."
Ivestoclc. strons Mexican
J2 villa currency.
currency. 2IU Carranza
12 J?sf, 3 Sectloni, Today.
TO AVERT GENERAL WAR
ARE TOJE RUSHED
Washington, D. C, July 29. On pres
ident Wilson's argent request that sec
retary Bryan's new peace treaties with
28 nations be ratified at the current
congress, the senate foreign relations
committee today referred the conven
tions to a subcommittee with Instruc
tions to stody them and report.
Senators had practically decided to
postpone action until next session, but
owing to the threatening situation In
Europe, ratification may be hurried.
Washington, D. C, July 29 The
senate foreign relations committee to
day decided to inform CoL Roosevelt.
In response to his request for a hearing
In opposition to the treaty to pay
Colombia S2e.WM.9M for the partition
of Panama, that he would be heard
whenever the committee determined to
take ap the convention.
Senators said, however, toot it was
not probable ny-further wtili'ar.nUen
of the treatr wp"pl eSBji tJWiwi as
UJJri.lWnj - 'al
THE DAY Df CONGRESS.
Washington. D. C. July 29.
The day in congress;
Foreign relations committee
began work on secretary
Brvan's 20 peace treaties.
Debate nas continued on the
trade commission bill and sen
ator Culberson offered an
amendment to define unfair
The conference report on the
Indian appropriation bill, con
taining many disputes, was
The Insular committee de
cided not to hold hearings on
the bill for Philippine Inde
The conference report on the
Indian appropriation bill was
accepted and the measure goes
to the president
Consideration of the bill to
extend time of payments for
settlers on irrigated lands was
The naval committee favor
ably reported a bill to re
instate Capt John H. Gibbons,
Albanian Throne May
Be Offered Prince
Paris. France, JHly 29. "A Eonaparta
to the rescue" is the cry with whlcn
some of the French royalists indulged
in today over the failure op the Ger
man prince or Weld to maintain his
s. ,rt ."e1 rule over the destinies or
According to some dispatches which
nave reached here, it is only a ques
tion of days may be hours, when tho
throne of Albania will be offered ey
Mussulmans and Catholics alike to
prince Roland Bonaparte, the grand
nephew of the great Napoleon and
father of the wife of the heir to tn
throne of Greece.
Not a little stir has been created
here by the news. Frenchmen, how
ever much they may differ in homo
politics, are naturally flattered by the
compliment thus paid to a scion of the
house of Bonaparte and no diplomatic
difficulty would be raised in the event
of the prince accepting the honor thus
conferred on France.
Phince Roland has made his mark
more In science and exploration taan
In pqbllc life. He has always held
severely aloof from politics. But his
work as president of the French Geo
graphical society' has been valuabia
and effective. He has traveled mucn
and devoted his vast wealth to ex
ploration work. The prince Is no
stranger In Albania. Egypt Turkey
and the Balkans. While the situation
would tax his ski'l and energy to tns
utmost it Is generally believed tnat
he womd make an acceptable ruler.
Berlin Toxical) Drivers
Must Speak English Is
Ruling of Chief Jagow
Berlin, Germany. July' 2. The latest
whim of the chier of pIlee. Heir von
Jagow, is to refuse to grant any new
taxi drivers' licenses unless the drivers
are able to speak KngHsh fluently
About the only people on earth who
will welcome this Innovation are Ens
lsh and American tourists, and it ra
very kind of the omnipotent Jagow it,
show such a deep interest In the con
fort of his Anglo-Saxon speaking visi
tors. Drivers who pass the examinations
are to be stationed in the prinlcpar
streets and near railway stations. Llm,
the policemen of Berlin who speak
English rhew will n.Ar rtn the Arm n
badge of British and Ameriran colors
to attract the attention of visitors.
Miles Of "Back
OF BILL ON
Oppose "One Price" and
"Exclusive Agency" Fea
tures of Clayton BilL
THE MATTER FULLT
Culberson Presents Amend
ment Defining Meaning of
WASHINGTON. D. C Jcly 29.
President Wilson held another
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Conditions and the pending trust bills
with a, delegation of business men rep
resenting varied interests throughout
the county: A delegation of whole
salers presented a brief opposing the
"one price" and "exclusive . agency
features of the Clayton MIL, and sev
eral sections of the trade commission
bill. They told Mr. Wilson they ap
proved of the pending legislation in
a general way and thought it neces
sary to prevent unfair competition,
bat feared some of its features would
seriously interfere with business or
ganizations operated on a small scale.
President Dtsenues BIIL
For more than half an hour the
president and the business men bad a
detailed discussion. Afterwards the
leaders of the delegation said they
were greatly encouraged by president's
Chairman Culberson of the senate
Judiciary commission today introduced
an amendment to the trade commission
bill to make unfair competition unlaw
ful ust as the present bill does
but defining unfair competition. He
explained his amendment was designed
to make unlawful, acts hich "tend"
toward the acmpllshment of things
which the Sherman law already makes
JEFF McLEMORE AND
Dallas. Tex, July 29 Practically
complete returns from Saturday's state
Democratic primary today show that J.
H. Davis, Sulphur Springs, and Jeff
McLemore, Houston, were nominated for
congressmen at large.
W. P Hobby, of Beaumont, is nomi
nated lieutenant governor.
The vote in the state primaries as
received up to noon today, shows:
For submission. 129,1$$; against
Governor BaU. 1S1.W2: Ferguson.
219,4$9: Morris, 6052
Lieutenant governor Hobby, 170.-998-
Congressman at large Davis, 73,529:
Garrett S7.78B: Kone. 59.051; Lane, ST,
764; McLemore, 80.11.
WARBURG TO APPEAR
Washington. D C. July 29 President
Wlist n today received a telegram from
Paul Ml Warburg, of New York, saying
he bad practically decl-led to come to
Washington to confer w th tht senate
banking committee on his nomination
as a member of the federal reserve
Although the telegram did not state
in terras that Mr. Warburg would
come, white house officials said they
considered the question closed and that
Mr. Warburg would appear in the near
CANNON WILL AGAIN
RUN FOR CONGRESS
Danville. Ill, July 29. Joseph G.
Cannon, former speaker of the house
of representatives, today made formal
announcement of his candidacy for
representative of the 18th Illinois con
NEW YORK DEMOCRATS
WANT WILSON'S ADVICE
Washington. D. C July 29. Seeking
to have president Wilson define his
attitude In the differences between fac
tions of New York Democrats. IS mem
bers of the NeHr York city delegation
In congress, headed by representative
Fitzgerald, went to the white house
The plan at the white house was to
hold the conference behind closed doors
and not to give out any statement
afterwards. Officials close to the presi
dent said Mr. Wilson was anxious to
meet the New York Democrats In a
SKND BODY TO ST. LOUIS.
The body of Joseph Smith, the chauf
feur who died last Saturday night
was shipped to St Louis Mo , Wed
nesrtiy morning His relaties reside
Gov. Glynn Denies
Break With Carmody
Albany, it Y, July. 29 Reorta that
friction between himself and attorney
general Carmody were responsible for
the latter' s resignation have been da-
GOI . MARTIN IT. GLYNN
nied b go ernor Glynn The governor
declares that the intimation that Car
mody resigred because he was refused
an appointment to the court of ap
peals bench is without foundation.
CZAR AND KAISER
Berlin, Germany. July 29. Military
activity on the Russian side of the
frontier is confirmed by many evi
dences which have reached the ears of
German officials, but It was stated here
today that no mobilization order had
been Issued by the Russian war office.
Private reports from the Russian
frontier say distinct indications of
Russian military activity have been
A number of German regiments have
been moved toward the frontier as a
precautionary measure. The men wear
the new gray service nnlforms.
The German emperor and emperor
Nicholas of Russia today exchanged
telegraphic communications concern
ing the International crisis.
An Important official conference was
called here this evening, owing to the
reported mobilization of the Russian
army. It was still In progress at 8: JO
CALLED TO COLORS
Washington, D. C, July 29. Official
notice to Anstro-Hungarians in the
United States subject to military ser
vice in their native country calling
them to the colors was being sent
throughout the country today by the
Austrian-Hungarian ambassadors. The
call notifies all Anstro-Hungarians In
the United States that the emperor
has ordered a "partial mobilization"
and under its terms, according to the
Auetro-Hangarian embassy here, re
servists belonging to the eight army
corps must immediately make ar
rangements to go home and take arms.
ARMT IN PERSON
St Petersburg. Russia, July 29. It is
considered probable that If Russia goes
to war. emperor Nicholas will become
generalissimo of the Russian forces,
with his second cousin, grand duke
Nicholas Nlcholalvitch. and Geo. Soak
houmloff. the minister of war, a sec
onds in command
RED CROSS PREPARES
TO FlRISH MOXRY
Washington. D. C, July 2$. The in
ternational relief board of the American
Red Cross today decided to announce
that the society wouM receive and for
ward contributions for relief to the
AuttMan and Servian Red Cross so
detKSas designated by contributors.
Alt Rod Cross chapters in the United
States are being notified.
AUSTRIA WOULD KBBP OUT
OF BELGRADE. PUER nEVRS
Paris, France, July 3 The Temps
was officially Informed about 1280
this afternoon that ustrla-Hungary
would respect the territorial Integrity
of Servia and wlihes even to abstain
from oecupung Belgrade, the Servian
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Attacking Army Ready Min-
. ute War Is Declared and
Opens the Battle.
TO CONFINE WAR
Making Efforts to Prevent
Other Nations from Being
Drawn Into Conflict.
VIENNA. Austria. July 29.
Prospects for a geaeral Euro
pean war cKsHned today -when
it became known that all European
3ipkBaU., arc .r-TftrtJBg c3rgrye4ott. to
avert that calaaity. " England, Ger
raaaj and Italy, especially, are trying
to localize tiie war so that it will be
fought out by Austria-HuBgary and
Servia without bringing in any of the
Russia has made no fresh attempt tc
intervene m bhe controversy. The Rus
sian ambassador to Austria-Hungary
conferred wick count Leopold Von
Berchtold. AHstro-Hungarian foreign
muikter, but it is understood the inter
view was only for the purpose of obtain
Ncthmg whatever is known here of
the reported intention of Russia to make
declaration of neutrality in case Austria-Hungary
should renounce the idea
of territorial expansion at the expense
of the Balkan state.
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia. July
29. A dispatch from Belgrade
bombarded and the bodge over the
river blown up.
This quick action on the part of the
Austrian troops indicates &t thorough
preparedness of the Austrian for the
war which that country declared on
yesterday. The army was mobilized
upon the frontier, ready to strike imme
diately the word was given. The dec
laration of war came yesterdayv and. if
reports are correct, the attack opened
Great patriotic dcraoastranons took
place among the populace of St.
Petersburg today and a report from
Moscow states that siailar manifesta
tion occurred there.
LONDON, Ens, July M. Reports ol
the massing of armies in strategio
portions came in from all points
of Europe today. Diplomats concen
trated their attention on efforts to con
fine the war to Austria-Hungary and
Servia, the two nations Immediately
concerned in the quarrel, and the atti
tude of the German and Russian em-r-erors
was closely watched, owing to
their sear relations to the countries en
gaged. Premier Asquith referred to the in
ternational situation in tho bouse of
commons, but all the information he
was able to impart was contained In a.
Situation Grave. Says Premier.
The situation at this moment" he
said, "Is one of extreme gravity and I
can only say that the British govern
ment is not relaxing its efforts to do
everything in its po er to circumscribe
the area of conflict
"The British government has received
no information as to an alleged revolu
tionary outbreak in Russian PoMnd."
Airmen Scout Along Frontiers.
Austria-Hungary and Santa, re
sounded today with the march of troops
towards positions of attack and de
fence, while military aviators on both
sides flitted through the air along the
frontiers in an effort to discover their
tffrets Only Austrian Frontier.
The present mobilization order af
fects onI the Russian frontier con
tiguous to ustria and not the German,
frontier It i confined to the military
districts of Kle , Odessa. Moscow and
Kazan. The peace footing of each of
these districts is four army corps each
numbering 40 ono men. or total of
640 OflO men The command to mohi
lize doubles thi total io th-it 2io jOO
rrlen are aXfete-1 t tie orier
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